Haki, 28, is a Kosovan belonging to the minority group “Egyptians”. Haki had lived in Germany for 17 years when he was deported back to Kosovo in 2007, having to leave his German wife and two sons behind. Haki’s everyday life is determined by his longing for his family, the tough struggle of making ends meet in the Roma colony “Kolonia Aljibraj”, and his hassle with the Albanian police. And of course the traumatic childhood memories of the deaths of his mother and his little brother. The ongoing judicial hearings of possibly returning to Germany and the hope of a visit from his family, gives Haki strength, but as his oldest son becomes ill, and the news from the courts are bad, his patience wears thin in the face of more difficult challenges.



58,30 min / 82 min, HD
TV Channel – SWR
Broadcast on TV: 28.11.2010

Written & directed by Silvana Santamaria
Cinematographer – Willi Böhm
Sound/Editor – Helmar Jungmann
Music composed and conducted by Daniel Vulcano
Sound mixing – Andreas Mühlschlegel
Executive Producer – Aysel Yilmaz, Yüksel Yilmaz, Christian Drewing
Production Company – Eikon Südwest, Film academy Baden-Wuerttemberg
funded by MFG Media and Film Society Baden-Württemberg


Woldpremiere – Max- Ophüls Prize 2010
Awarded – Max-Ophüls-Preis 2010 – best documentary
Awarded with the predicate „rated commendable“
Awarded – Documentary of the month January 2010
Nominated- Dokufest Prizren, Kosovo
Romafilmfestival Bremen